Posted by ESPN.com’s Paul Kuharsky
The Texans are preparing for Arizona’s aerial challenge, writes John McClain.
McClain expects another good run defense performance.
A team doctor talked swine flu in Houston, writes McClain.
Ryan Moats lit a fire under Steve Slaton, says Lance Zierlein.
Breaking down the Oakland game with battleredblog.com.
Former Titans running back Chris Henry is drawing interest from the Texans and Redskins, says Jim Wyatt.
The perfect start is more of the same for the Colts, says Mike Chappell.
Jordan Senn’s working well as next man up, writes Phil Richards.
Charlie Johnson says his knee is OK, says Richards.
Jim Caldwell is as happy with the early improvement as the early record, says Oehser.
Wait until the Colts’ defense is healthy, says Tom James.
The defense is enjoying the turnaround, writes Michael Marot.
The Times-Union applauds Jack Del Rio’s charitable work.
The passing attack took off against Tennessee. Could it be the beginning of a change, wonders Vito Stellino?
Vic Ketchman says Dirk Koetter’s plan was masterful. I join in the applause.
Which Jaguars are the real Jaguars, asks David Lamm.
The Titans remain firmly behind Kerry Collins, writes Jim Wyatt.
Jeff Fisher isn’t blaming Chuck Cecil, say Wyatt and Gary Estwick.
Nick Harper’s X-rays were negative, says Terry McCormick.
A humorous take on what we’re going to hear from Fisher for the next several weeks, from musiccitymiracles.com.
Audio from Titans Radio. Kevin Dyson and Blaine Bishop break down the Colts.